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Weathering the Storm: Morgan & Morgan Shed Light on a Cloudy Event

Weathering the Storm: Morgan & Morgan Shed Light on a Cloudy Event

Despite facing some unexpected challenges with the weather, Morgan & Morgan proved once again that we are a force to be reckoned with—rain or shine. 

March 9th's Monster Jam Pit Party in front of EverBank Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida may have had a windy start, but that didn't dampen the spirits of the dedicated volunteers and attendees who came together for a day of fun and excitement. 

The windy conditions unfortunately meant that the blow-up axe-throwing game had to be sidelined for safety reasons. However, that didn't stop Morgan & Morgan from making the most of the day. With seven volunteers from the Jax office leading the charge, along with their supportive families, the team rallied together to ensure the event was a success from start to finish.

A highlight of the day was the visit from Attorney Anthony Evans, who took the time to shake hands with the team and load up on some stylish Morgan & Morgan swag to help spread the word around the event. The presence of social media influencer Syman Hay and his three kids added an extra dash of excitement to the festivities. The whole group was treated to a ton of Morgan & Morgan goodies, including capes, yo-yos, sunglasses, and more.

As the day progressed, the weather took a turn for the worse, with rain making an appearance during the Monster Jam show. But true to form, our volunteers didn't let a little rain dampen their spirits. Armed with clean trash bags turned into makeshift ponchos, they powered through the inclement weather, proving that Morgan & Morgan's dedication knows no bounds.

Rain or shine, Morgan & Morgan's commitment to spreading joy, positivity, and #MorganMotivation remained unwavering. The Pit Party may have had its challenges, but thanks to the resilience and determination of the team and their supporters, we were able to demonstrate how Morgan & Morgan will always be there to help you weather the storm.